SV-Hochhaus

Munich, Germany

SV-Hochhaus

The Hochhaus Süddeutscher Verlag (short: SV-Hochhaus) in the quarter of Berg am Laim in Munich serves as headquarters of the Süddeutscher Verlag which publishes the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

The skyscraper by architect Oliver Kühn was initially planned with a height of 145 meters but had to be rescheduled after himself has expressed a Munich petition for a height limit of 99 meters outside the Middle Ring. The tower has now reached an official building height of 99.95 meters. The building has 28 above-ground floors. Overall, it has a gross floor area of 78,400 sqm, with 51,200 m² are above ground and 27,200 meters underground. Since the gross floor area should change by the reprogramming did not, was the high-rise, although much lower, but a lot wider than the original draft. In the basement, a garage is provided with 553 parking spaces. The building was constructed with a delay from 2006 to 2007 and reaches only 103 meters (99,95 meters without the superstructures).



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